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Ecl. VI. 22—47, P R.

125-152, MP. 48–86, M P R.

153--174, FMP. VII. I—II, M P.

175-180, MP. 12—37, MPV.

181–344, MP R. 38—VIII, 18, MP.

345-419, GMP R. VIII. 19—44, MPV.

420-435, M PR. 45-X. 9, MP.

436-461, MPR V. X. 10—G. I. 40, MPR. 462-464, MRV. G. , I. 41—280, A M PR.

465-470, MR. 281–322, MPR,

471-497, FMR. 323-II. 1, MR.

498-521, MR. II. 2—91, M.

522—534, FMR V. 92—117, MV.

535-548, FGMR V. 118—138, M.

549, GMRV. 139—215, M P.

550-566, G MR. 216–273, M PR. Qen. I. 1—26, MRV. 274-299, M PR V.

27-184, M.R. 300-351, MP R.

1854-234, FMR. 352—377, MPR V.

235-260, FMRV. 378-534, MP R.

261–268, FMR. 535–542, MPR V.

269–276, MR. III. 1-12, FMP R V.

277-380, MPR. 13-21, FMP R.

381—418, GMPR. 22—145, M PR.

419-521, FMP R. 146—180, FMPR.

522—585, M PR. 181—214, A FMP R. 586-611, FMPR. 215-220, AMPR.

612-653, MPR. 221–284, MPR.

654–680, FMPR. 285–348, FMPR.

681-684, MP R. 349 sq. MPR.

685—722, GMPR. 351-401, MP R V.

723—II. 72, MPR, 402—IV. 36, M PR. II. 73–79, M P. IV. 37–96, MP.

80-105, MPV. 97-124, FMP.

106-157, MP.

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Aen. II. 158–169, MPV.

717, sq. M P R. 170—183, FMP V. IV. 1-38, FGMP R. 184-198, FMP.

39-92, FM PR. 1994253, M P.

93—114, FM PR. 254—287, FMP.

115-121, F MR. 288—309, F MP V.

122—143, MR. 310—313, MP V.

141-161, MR V. 314-436, MP.

162—196, M.PR V. 437-468, FMP.

197-216, MP.R. 469, MP.

217—233, M P. 470-496, MPV.

234—257, FMP. 497-566, MP.

258-285, MP. 567-588,

-386—301, FMP. 589-622, MP.

302—305, AFM P. 623—-672, MPV.

306–310, FMP. 673-699, FMP V.

311 — 442, MP. 700-726, MPV.

443—521, FMP. 727-804, MP.

522—554, M P. III. 1–54, FMP.

555-583, FMP. 55-78, MP.

584—650, MP. 79—190, FMP.

651-688, FMP. 191-216, FGMP.

689–V. 36, MP. 217-228, GMP. · V. 37–72, M PR. 229-299, M P.

73—98, MPR V. 300—341, F M P.

99-108, M P R. 342—456, M P.

109—158, FM PR. 457–532, G M P.

159—240, M P R. 533--560, MP.

241—292, MPR V. 561-586, MPV.

293—447, MP R. 587–659, MP.

448–499, M.PRV. 660—684, FMP.

500—783, M.PR. 6854689, FMP R. 7844814, FMPR. 690, MPR.

815–VI. 25, M PR. 691–716, M PRV. VI. 26-50, FMP R.

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Aen. VI.51-218, M PR.

647-663, MPR. 219—241, FMPR.

664689, MPR V. 242, R (om. FMP). 690-VIII. 14, MPR. 243—272, FMPR.

VIII. 15–39, M PRV, 273—392, MP R.

40—70, MPR. 393_-423, FMPR,

71–92, FMP R. 424-490, M PR.

93-98, FMPRV, 491–559, FMPR..

99-118, MPR V. 560—588, MP R.

119-IX. 31, MPR, 589-687, FMP.R. IX. 32-68, FMPR, 688—724, FGMPR,

69-117, MPR. 725—755, FMP R.

118-164, FMPR. 756—857, MPR.

165—206, MPR. 858-VII. 58, FMPR.

207-233, FMPR. VII. 59—178, M PR.

234–353, MPR. 179—247, FMPR.

354---405, M PRV, 248—273, FMPRV.

406—508, M P R. 274–276, FMPR.

509-535, FMPR. 277-325, FMR.

536-817, MPR 326-329, FMR V. X. 1—26, MPRV, 330—351, MRV,

27452, MP R. 352—403, M R.

53–78, MPR V. 404—427, M R V.

79-182, MP R. 428, sq. FMR V.

183-208, MPRV, 430—469, FMR.

209-235, MPR. 470-481, MR.

236-261, MPRV. 482-485, MR V.

262—460, M PR. 486-507, FMRV.

461-508, MR. 508 sq. FMR.

509-531, MPR, 510-585, MR.

532-548, MP R. 586—593, MRV.

549-574, MPR V. 594-611, FMR V.

575—731, MPR. 612-644, FMR.

732—757,

MP RV. 645, sq. F MPR,

758-XI. 644, MPR. Aen. XI. 6454692, MR.

94-455, MPR. 693-736, M P R.

456–507, MPRV. 7374756, MR.

508—666, M PR. 757-782, M.

667–718, MPRV. 783-792, MP.

719-758, MPR.

. 793-857, MPR.

759-830, M P. 858–895, FMP R. 831-938, MPR. 896-XII. 46, MPR.

939–952, MP.
XII. 47-93, MR.
(2) Codices cursiue, quod dicitur, scripti.
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Gudianus (Bernae), saec. IX.
a. b. c. Bernenses, saec. IX. X.
m. Minoraugiensis, saec. XII.

$ 3. Hi sunt codices qui in editione nostra suis siglis citantur. exstant quidem alii permulti, sed praeter eos, ‘quos recitauimus, pauci sunt bonae notae. qui plura de hac re uelit, adeat Gersdorfii Notitiam, quae in Vol. iv. edit. Heyn. continetur. ex codd. quot illic accedunt, probatissimi sunt fortasse qui Pierii uocantur, necnon tres Menteliani, aliique nonnulli ex iis quibus ad corrigendum Vergili textum Elzeuirianum usus est Batauus ille doctissimus et ingeniosissimus, Nicolaus Heinsius. hos aliquando citauimus.

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§ 1. In uocabulis scribendis editio nostra consentit ut plurimum cum Ribbeckiana illa minore, quae Lipsiae prodiit A.C. primum 1867. haec enim loco mouit aliqua uetustatis horridioris exempla, in libro maiore recepta.

§ 2. Quae scribendi formae in Grammatica nostra Latina' commendatae sunt, eas Vergili textus cum Ribbeckianus tum etiam noster exhibet. tales sunt:

1 'Public School Latin Grammar' (Longmans, 1876).

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1. caelum ; caenum; caespes; faenum ; foedus; glaeba; haedus ; maerere, maestus; paenitet, poena ; proelium; saeculum; saepes, praesaepe et praesepe; saela; scaena (scena); (scripsimus cum R, Vesaeuus; uolaemus; Thracicius, Thraeca). (1) cena; ceterus; fecundus, femina, fenus, fetura, fetus; frena(i), frenare; heres, lēuis, obscenus.

2. derigere; genetrix ; neglegere; protenus et protinus, Vergilius.

3. inclutus (inclitus); clipeus (clupeus); lacrima (larruma); libet (lubet); monimentum (monumentum); superlatiua et ordinalia formant -imus et -ïmus (maximus, maxumus &c.; septimus, septumus &c.); lacuna et lucuna.

4. harena; harundo; haruspex; Hammon; hebenus; heia ; Hiberus ; Hister; holus: ahenus et aenus ; euhoe, incohare (sed Euhadne, euhantes, Calchidicus, Carphatius, Riphaeus non recepimus); (4) ei ; erus, era, erilis; umere, umescere, umidus, umor, umectare, umerus ; (non recepimus aedus; edera).

5. hiemps, hibernus ; linter et lunter; ocius, silua. scripsimus félix; Pleas, Thalia et Thalia; (non scripsimus Thyle).

6. tinguere et tingere ; vinguere et ungere; urguere et urgere.

7. condicio; dicio; solacium. (7) nuntius, nuntiare; setius ; autumnus; auctor.

8. conectere ; coniti ; ,conubium ; coniunx.

9 adicere, conicere, deicere, eicere, inicere, proicere, reicere, subicere :-dissicere.

10. quotiens , totiens, nouiens; --tunsus et -tusus; (non recepimus Atlans, formonsus, thensaurus).

11. bracchium; damma: Tuppiter; littera ; loquella ; querella ; sollemnis; sollicitus (recepimus cum R. ammentum; lammina; quallus ; sed non dummetum; futtilis). (11) baca; bucina ; causa (caussa); litus ; milia ; paulum; religio; reliquiae; Polio (Pollio); (recepimus Caliopea ; Lyrnesus; Parnasus).

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